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  1. How A Certain Journey Has Taught Me

    Posted May 18th, 2012 by in Announcements, Essays

    Yesterday was a near perfect day in the community of City Heights. The sun was out, there was a near perfect breeze graciously appearing to cut into the heat, and there were six smart, mature, amazing girls who were continuing a journey that started when they first arrived in the United States. When the San […]

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  2. Meet Our Newest International Intern!

    Posted March 22nd, 2012 by in Announcements

    Hi! My name is Lu (Alice) Huang. I was chosen to be an exchange student by Shenyang Pharmaceutical University on June 2012, and got the precious opportunity to study at Alliant International University for one year, majoring in Integrated Marketing Communications. This milestone, which brings me closer to my American Dream come true ahead of […]

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  3. The Diary of a SFIAAFF Virgin

    Posted March 21st, 2012 by in SDAFF Stories from SFIAAFF30

    SDAFF Executive Manager, Elgin Aguilar, attends the San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival for the very first time!   On the screen, we see credits rolling and a static-toned voice in the back, “House lights up.” The sniffling was audible as the audience started to slowly shuffle their way to the exits in the […]

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  4. SDAFF @ SFIAAFF: An “Old Timer’s” Perspective

    Posted March 20th, 2012 by in SDAFF Stories from SFIAAFF30

    SDAFF Artistic and Animation Programmer Sam Chen recaps his experience at the 30th San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival!   You know you’ve been around a bit too long when you’re asked to blog about the San Francisco Int’l Asian American Film Festival as an “Old Timer.”  Having been a SDAFF programmer since 2001, […]

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  5. JIMJAE’s Love-scapades in SF

    Posted March 19th, 2012 by in SDAFF Stories from SFIAAFF30

    SDAFF power couple Jimmy Lee and Eunjae Kim enjoy their free time while at the 30th San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival. Hello! This is Eunjae, but most of you know me as the smarter and prettier half of “JimJae” (Jimmy + Eunjae = JimJae). This past weekend, we had the privilege of attending […]

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  6. Confessions of a SFIAAFF juror

    Posted March 17th, 2012 by in SDAFF Stories from SFIAAFF30

    Ah, the juror tell-all, one of the great genres of American prose. Imagine our culture without such literary monuments as Confessions of a “Rape Cop” Juror or The Private Diary of an O.J. Juror. These are the tales of justice and democracy that make America the fine, scandal-loving, celebrity-idolizing, quick-buck-scavenging nation it so dashingly is. […]

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  7. Beverly Kim-Chee Spice

    Posted March 16th, 2012 by in SDAFF Stories from SFIAAFF30

    SDAFF Executive Director Lee Ann Kim spends some quality time with family at the 30th San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival!     As exciting  – and harrowing – as it was watching my sister, Beverly Kim, compete through ridiculous challenges on Top Chef this past season, it was even more thrilling to see Bev work her magic […]

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  8. Look Who We Found at SFIAAFF!

    Posted March 14th, 2012 by in SDAFF Stories from SFIAAFF30

    SDAFF Programmer Eric Lallana sees some familiar faces at the 30th San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival!     My second trip as a programmer for SDAFF to the 30th Annual San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival (SFIAAFF30) was extra rewarding as I reunited with familiar people who have been a presence at […]

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  9. A Night With Viette

    Posted March 13th, 2012 by in Director Q&A, SDAFF Stories from SFIAAFF30

    On Saturday night, I had the opportunity to watch a film that was brave, honest, and daring. This film defied my expectations, and immediately forced me to reexamine my ideas about what some Asian American women go through when living with an immigrant family. Mye Hoang’s VIETTE is an unfiltered and fully present experience into […]

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  10. SDAFF Gets Prepared: Ready, Set, Pitch!

    Posted March 12th, 2012 by in SDAFF Stories from SFIAAFF30

    SDAFF Managing Director Phil Lorenzo attends the live presentation “Ready, Set, Pitch!” at the 30th San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival!     It’s Sunday, and daylight savings has driven the clocks forward by one hour. Despite this, plenty of motivated inspired filmmakers, advocates, and nonprofit arts advocates came together to hear some great […]

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